Best Samsung laptops 2022 | Windows Central
When it comes to laptops, Samsung is one of the best manufacturers in the business. Here's a look at the best Samsung laptops that you can get your hands on.
Samsung Galaxy Book2 now available from Microsoft, Samsung, and AT&T | Windows Central
The recently announced Samsung Galaxy Book2 is now available from Samsung, Microsoft, and AT&T in the United States for $999. Sprint and Verizon are getting it later in November. Here's what you need to know.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S | Windows Central
Samsung's Galaxy line of devices is no longer Android specific, as the company has announced an all-new Windows 10 tablet at CES 2016, the Galaxy TabPro S. This 2-in-1 features a 12-inch 2160x1440 Super AMOLED display and is powered by Intel's 6th-gen Core M processor. With this announcement, Samsung will be dropping ATIV from its Windows product lineup, and instead just
Control your Samsung Smart TV with Unofficial Samsung Remote for Windows Phone | Windows Central
Unofficial Samsung Remote is an app that does exactly what the title suggests. The Windows Phone app enables users to control their Samsung Smart TV sets to take advantage of the television's adva
Samsung Focus 2 Review | Windows Central
Windows Phone Central's Review of the AT&T Samsung Focus 2 AT&T continues to build an impressive Windows Phone lineup. The Samsung Focus 2 is the latest to find its way to store shelves and joins the Nokia Lumia 900 and HTC Titan II as 4G LTE Windows Phones. The Samsung Focus 2 catches your attention on two fronts. First, it's glossy white body sets it apart from the
Samsung SGH-i667 passes BT certification; Samsung Mendel? | Windows Central
An unnamed Samsung phone, model SGH-i667, has passed through Bluetooth certification. According to Blog of Mobile, the device supports LTE, which means it could very well be the Samsung Mendel. The Mendel is one of three new 4G phones expected to hit AT&T, the others being HTC's Radiant and Nokia's Lumia 900 Ace. If the SGH-i667 is indeed the Mendel, it is rumored be big,
Microsoft expediting Samsung Update | Windows Central
The most recent Windows Phone update from Microsoft is indicating the Samsung Focus v1.4 update may happen sooner than later. Eric Hautala is reporting that v1.4 has been tested by AT&T and Microsoft is now expediting scheduling. It is expected in the next 24 hours Microsoft will be able to tell consumers when to expect to see the update alert on their Focus. Once alerted, you
Review: Samsung Focus | Windows Central
One of the more anticipated Windows Phone 7 releases was the Samsung Focus. The black slab phone gained appeal with its 4" super-AMOLED screen and thin form factor making it one of the more anticipated Windows Phone 7 releases. The tell of the tape has the Focus measuring in at 4.8" tall x 2.5" wide x .4" thick and weighing a meager 3.88 ounces. The Focus sports a glossy black
AT&T Samsung Focus | Windows Central
While Europe appears to be recieving the Samsung Omnia 7, U.S. markets will be getting the Samsung Focus from AT&T. We got to know this device, pre-launch, as the Samsung Cetus. The Focus will sport a 4" WVGA Super AMOLED screen, 5mp camera, 8gb of storage and will only be 9mm thick. AT&T will offer this Windows Phone 7 device for $199 (presumably after contractual discounts)
Samsung Omnia 7 Announced | Windows Central
Samsung has released the Samsung Omnia 7 which joins the AT&T Focus in Samsung's Windows Phone 7 lineup. The Omnia 7, which is headed to European Carriers, sports a 4" super-AMOLED screen, 1ghz processor, a 5mp camera and either a 8gb or 16gb on board storage. The Omnia 7 is expected to be available by the holidays (just around the corner) on Orange, SFR, Moviestar and
Review: Samsung WEP870 | Windows Central
With all of the choices that technology gives us, sometimes the differences between one device and another get blurred. This statement is especially true with the proliferation of Bluetooth headsets. Most headsets follow a similar shape and offer similar features, so it can be difficult to discern the pros and cons of a particular product. The flip side of this argument is
Samsung, HTC release financials | Windows Central
Samsung has released quarterly earnings for the first time, and HTC gives us its numbers for the second quarter. Let's do some math ...Starting with Samsung, the a South Korean ...
Samsung GT-I8000 spotted | Windows Central
Back in February the WiFi Alliance outed a future Samsung Windows Mobile phone, the GT-i8000, which was sporting Windows Mobile 6.1. And that's about all that was known about it.And we ...
Review: Samsung Propel Pro | Windows Central
When we first noticed the Samsung Propel it sported a standard feature-phone OS. Several months later, we learned that Samsung had replaced the feature-phone OS with Windows Mobile Standard thus creating the Propel Pro. Along with some cosmetic changes the Samsung Propel Pro joined the AT&T line up this month to with its older brothers, the Samsung Epix and Blackjack II.
Verizon Announces Samsung Omnia | Windows Central
The Omnia's announced, everybody, at long last. It'll be online tomorrow and in business channels around the same time, in physical stores on December 8th. Counting legacy devices, the ...
Samsung i900 Close Up | Windows Central
Looks like PConline got their hands on a Samsung i900 - one of the upcoming batch of über-Windows Mobile phones - 6.1 Pro, 240x400 (weird) screen, 1500mAh battery, FM Radio, TV out.
Samsung i900 Spotted | Windows Central
Take a gander above at the Samsung i900, spotted by Unwired View at at Dutch convention. We're talking Windows Mobile 6.1, Bluetooth, WiFi, 240x400 Touchscreen, gigantic 1500mAh battery, FM Radio, and
Verizon Releases Samsung i760 | Windows Central
Given that the Samsung SCH-i760 was already kinda sorta released over a month ago, the news that it's officially available online tomorrow and in stores on November 2nd is a little underwhelming.
Samsung i760, first of many Samsung WM Phones in 2007 | Windows Central
So we've seen now that the Samsung i760 has been approved by the FCC. That makes me pretty happy because I was fond of it when I got to handle it at CTIA. Some better news, though, is that Samsung
Samsung i770 Surfaces | Windows Central
We've seen a few shots of the Samsung i770, but none as good as the above, posted at HoFo [via BGR]. The i770 looks to replace the awkward i760 by ditching the slider and going to a front-facing QWERTY. Palm had better try to get the Treo 800w released on Verizon on October 12th as previously rumored, because there's a lot of pent-up demand for a front-facing QWERTY WinMo